Is there a way of going back into the past to correct our mistakes? Based on 'Hippolytus' and the love of Phaedra for her husband's young son, Friel rewrites the ancient myth in a modern day setting. At the Butler house, a family takes a trip back in time and fantasy, to relive an important day of their lives from the past, see beloved faces once again but also confront their own mistakes. To remember what they said and did, but also what they did not say or do. Could this journey into the past possibly bring changes to their future?